There is all manner of food, wine, farming and music festivals and eclectic shopping options along TD33! The Hunter Valley is home to some of the largest music events in NSW, welcoming international stars on a regular basis. The township of Wollombi hosts a series of popular market days throughout the year, an annual music and film festival, local theatre productions, the annual sculpture festival Sculpture in the Vineyards and Country Fair.
Hunt for all sorts of treasures from homewares, clothing, farmgate sales of seasonal fruits and vegetables, antiques, artworks and second hand wares along TD33!
This historic property was proclaimed ‘Undercliff’ in 1846. The vineyard was planted in 1990. Wines are made on site and we are well known for our vintage and sparkling wines.
Twine Home Store is stocked with a wide variety of locally and internationally sourced finds, the majority of which are sustainably or fair trade made.
Moore Farm Fresh Produce are very passionate about locally grown seasonal produce, and specialise in garlic, honey, kitchen preserves and free range pork.
We at Century Salvage are passionate about sustainability, repurposing old industrial machinery into bespoke 21st century furniture design pieces.
Marine Industrial and Railway. Memorabilia, silverware and porcelain. Books, tools, china and glass. Products from around the world and around the corner.
Located on the main road into Cessnock, providing the freshest top quality fruit and vegetable's and Fine Foods in the Hunter Valley.
The Hunter Valley Visitor Centre can help book your accommodation, and give advice on wineries and attractions. Pop in next time you’re touring.
Handmade in the Hunter Markets – where you will discover the variety and quality of goods grown, made and crafted by Hunter Valley artisans.
Home of Dr. Jurd’s Jungle Juice, the Wollombi Tavern is a friendly spot to stop for a snack or meal in the bistro, or enjoy a drink on the verandah.
Stroll through the bush and see the animals roaming free, visit ancient Aboriginal sites and learn about bush tucker, or even stay overnight with a 'Wild Night Out'.
Wollombi’s local museum contains an interesting collection from the rich colonial past of the Cessnock and Wollombi districts.